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In 2017, ACM, together with architectural and cultural heritage experts and social and natural sciences experts, conducted an environmental impact study of the Choijin Lama Temple Museum with financial support from Roger Perry, an Australian citizen, in order to improve the preservation of historical and cultural monuments and prepare for future renovations. The study was submitted to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and the National Center for Cultural Heritage in 2018.
The Netherlands faces a number of major social issues with major consequences for what the Netherlands looks like. The quality of solutions to these issues can be improved through the use of design power.
On the eve of the 52nd session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), taking place from 24-28 February 2020 at UNESCO Headquarters, experts from across the globe came together to highlight the crucial role of culture in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
ArtPlay is on the lookout for artists keen to tackle Australia’s climate crisis, as part of the next round of applications for the New Ideas Lab.
This month we feature the latest updates on arts, culture and the climate crisis, which is likely to be a recurring theme as the international community confronts the increasingly urgent issue.
Creativity connects us, especially in times of uncertainty and emergency. And as the impact of Australia’s bushfire crisis continues, arts and creativity will be crucial to the recovery of our communities.